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Oswego Co. Civil War Flag Luitenant

Lot 0124 Details

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Original U.S. 1860's Civil War Flag direct from a descendant of a Civil War Soldier that had served in the 48th N.Y.Volunteer 34 Star Flag stamped is the name: Hojer & Graham Makers N.Y. Also painted in black isC #2 6 x 9 (see photos)Flag is naturally worn and frayed with several holes but has managed to stay in one piece for many years as it had been stored. (69 1/2" x 103") Everything is hand stiched with double appliqued Stars-Flag still has its two brass grommets. flag had remained wi th the 48th N.Y. Infantry throughout the War & remained withVeteran Edwin J. Barney. Civil War Veteran Edwin J. Barney and, 18 years, Enrolled September 2, 1861 at Brooklyn, N.Y.to serve three years, Mustered September 5, 1861; Returned to the ranks and transferred to Co. A.no date, Re-enlisted as a Veteran, February 29, 1964; Pro Sergeant,September 20th, 1864. Mustered in as Second Lieutenant Co. C March 28, 1865, Mustered out with the Company, Sep N.C. Commissioned Seco d Lieutnant, March 30, l.p.1865 so th rank from January 1, 1865 toVice II Anderson, Discharged...The 48th N.Y. Infantry was organized art Brooklyn, N.Y. and MUSTERED in for three years service for. Sept.1861 under the H. Perry(died in service June18,1862) and Mustered out of service in August 1865. The regiment lost a total. Of 369 men due 218 enlisted men killed or mortally wounded. 2 Officers and 131 enlisted men died of diseased. Engagements included: Siege of FortPulaski, Battle of Secessionville, Second Battle of Fort Wagner, Second Battle of Fort Charleston Harbor, Battle of Oluster, Battle of Color Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Battle of the Crater,Seond Battle of DeFarm, First Battle of Fort Fisher,Second Battle of Fort Fisher, Carolinas Campaign and Battle of Wilmington. MORE INFORMATION COMING.(lot includes 200-300 documents, 3 discharge papers of Lt. Edwin Barney plus family tin types & Civil War. Much more to be sold with flag.
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Oswego Co. Civil War Flag Luitenant

Estimate $3,000 - $5,000
Jan 01, 2019
Starting Price $1,500
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Lot 0124 Details

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Original U.S. 1860's Civil War Flag direct from a descendant of a Civil War Soldier that had served in the 48th N.Y.Volunteer 34 Star Flag stamped is the name: Hojer & Graham Makers N.Y. Also painted in black isC #2 6 x 9 (see photos)Flag is naturally worn and frayed with several holes but has managed to stay in one piece for many years as it had been stored. (69 1/2" x 103") Everything is hand stiched with double appliqued Stars-Flag still has its two brass grommets. flag had remained wi th the 48th N.Y. Infantry throughout the War & remained withVeteran Edwin J. Barney. Civil War Veteran Edwin J. Barney and, 18 years, Enrolled September 2, 1861 at Brooklyn, N.Y.to serve three years, Mustered September 5, 1861; Returned to the ranks and transferred to Co. A.no date, Re-enlisted as a Veteran, February 29, 1964; Pro Sergeant,September 20th, 1864. Mustered in as Second Lieutenant Co. C March 28, 1865, Mustered out with the Company, Sep N.C. Commissioned Seco d Lieutnant, March 30, l.p.1865 so th rank from January 1, 1865 toVice II Anderson, Discharged...The 48th N.Y. Infantry was organized art Brooklyn, N.Y. and MUSTERED in for three years service for. Sept.1861 under the H. Perry(died in service June18,1862) and Mustered out of service in August 1865. The regiment lost a total. Of 369 men due 218 enlisted men killed or mortally wounded. 2 Officers and 131 enlisted men died of diseased. Engagements included: Siege of FortPulaski, Battle of Secessionville, Second Battle of Fort Wagner, Second Battle of Fort Charleston Harbor, Battle of Oluster, Battle of Color Harbor, Siege of Petersburg, Battle of the Crater,Seond Battle of DeFarm, First Battle of Fort Fisher,Second Battle of Fort Fisher, Carolinas Campaign and Battle of Wilmington. MORE INFORMATION COMING.(lot includes 200-300 documents, 3 discharge papers of Lt. Edwin Barney plus family tin types & Civil War. Much more to be sold with flag.

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